Ashlee Marie McLemore
Ashlee Marie McLemore captivates audiences with her ability to own and bring life to each character she plays. In her most recent role, McLemore strives to continue to gain the approval and confidence of audiences supporting Corbin Blue and John Savage in the soon to be released Ovid And The Art of Love. In the film, McLemore brilliantly transforms into Agripinna, as the very logical and overachieving best friend to Blue’s character Ovid. McLemore’s love for the industry has afforded her many opportunities. TV credits include Comedy Central’s Detroiters and ABC’s Detroit 1-8-7. She can also be spotted in the Hello World music video for recording artist Aloe Blacc and played the love interest in the White Noise music video for electronic music duo Disclosure. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, McLemore earned a degree in International Business and Theatre from the University of Detroit Mercy where she became an accomplished Division 1 NCAA athlete competing in several national fencing tournaments, including the Junior Olympics and Summer Nationals. You can experience her fencing talent in the movie Ghost of New Orleans where she performs fencing stunts for Sharon Leal under the direction of stunt choreographer Dan Lemieux. McLemore has also appeared in independent films, theater, television, music videos and national commercials. Relocating to Los Angeles, California in 2017, McLemore continues to pursue her career in a much warmer climate as she fearlessly follows her passion in the entertainment industry.